DeCeTe is investing in the future

Over the next few months, various works will be performed at DeCeTe Duisburg which contribute to a better and faster processing of your containers. Crane 4 and the crane track and wheels will be addressed. Furthermore, the Gate Out will be relocated, the existing rail track will be extended and a new, second rail track will be constructed. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to perform such substantial works without causing a certain degree of inconvenience at the terminal. We...

Capacity shortage on rail connection to Bremerhaven

Currently, there is a structural capacity shortage on the rail connection to Bremerhaven. This capacity shortage is expected to last until at least the end of July. Right now, surcharges are being levied for the transport of export containers by rail between various German cities and Bremerhaven. With its daily connections from Nuremberg and Munich, the daily rail and barge connections from Duisburg and Venlo and the regular connections from Aschaffenburg and Stuttgart to Rotterdam,...

Adjusted schedule - Ascension Day and Pentecost 2017

In order to also transport your containers and cargo as efficiently as possible during Ascension Day and Pentecost , we would like to draw your attention to our adjusted schedule for the period from 24 till 29 May and 2 till 6 June 2017. The schedules are available through this link for Ascension Day  and this link for Pentecost and contain the closing times of the terminals in our network. We kindly request that you contact us ahead of time to discuss all your transport...

Bayern even better connected

Now also to Rotterdam and Antwerp from Aschaffenburg As of the 26th of January 2017, EGS offers direct connections between the Aschaffenburg region and the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. The Trimodales Containerterminal Aschaffenburg (TCA) in north-west Bayern is the 21st location in the European EGS network. New barge connections (2x weekly to and from Antwerp) and barge/rail connections (4x weekly to and from Rotterdam) ensure a reliable, sustainable service at competitive rates....

Six trains a week between Rotterdam and Southern Germany

From Tuesday the 7th of February 2017, Rotterdam will be directly connected by rail with Southern Germany six times a week. The frequency of the Rotterdam-Bayern Express will be increased from five to six departures a week in both directions. By increasing the frequency, European Gateway Services (EGS) emphasizes the importance of a highly frequent service between Southern Germany and the port of Rotterdam. With our own office in Munich and a local representative in the region, the...